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Agricultural Science Digest, volume 23 issue 2 (june 2003) : 113 - 115


B.M. Patel·. S.1. Patel, S.K. Patel, S.B. Patel
1AI.C.R.P. for Dryland AgriCulture, Gujarat Agricultural University, Sardar Krushinagar - 385 506, India
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Cite article:- Patel S.1. Patel·. B.M., Patel S.K., Patel S.B. (2023). INTERCROPPING STUDIES IN BER (ZIZYPHUS MAURITfANA LAMK.). Agricultural Science Digest. 23(2): 113 - 115. doi: .
Eighty chickpea genotypes form diverse sources were studied for eighteen traits including seed yield per plant. The correlation study revealed that primary branches per plant expressed the highest significant positive relationship with seed yield per plant followed by biological yield per plant, pods per plant, 100-seed weight, plant height, canopy spread, seeds per plant, secondary branches per plant and harvest index. Biological yield per plant had the highest positive direct effect on seed yield per plant followed by harvest index, pods per plant, 100-seed weight and seeds per pod.
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    2. Patel. al. (1997). Research Achievements (1979-1996), AICRP for Dryland Agriculture. Gujarat Agriculturai University. Sardar Krushinagar.
    3. Singh, R.P. and Osman, M. (1995). In: .. Sustainable Development ofDryland Agriculture in India". {Singh, R.P. ed.l, Scientific Publishers. Jodhpur. pp. 375-398.

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